November 17, 2014 Subject:
I'm very interested in finding the continuation of the Green Valley Line that starts with episode 27 as explained at the end of episode 26. I very much enjoyed this story and would like to hear the next phase, hopefully someone here will have the needed knowledge and same interest in finding part two. Also i would like to know the names of the players!
May 8, 2013 Subject:
Green Valley Railroad
A newspaper article from the Vallejo Times Herald May 5, 1974, referenced an article from the Vallejo Chronicle of January 11, 1912, that the Southern Pacific and the Vallejo and Northern Railroad considered building the (5 mile long) Green Valley Railroad from Cordelia to a municipal rock quarry on the Dug Creek Road in upper Green Valley, but that the railroad was never built.
I don't know whether the radio program is referring to this specific rail line.
November 9, 2009 Subject:
This program aired in 1934 and originated from the studio's of WXYZ in Detroit and was cast for this series would be used for "The Lone Ranger" since both shows were recorded at the same studio for syndication.
October 12, 2009 Subject:
There may be more out there somewhere.
According to the announcer, at the end of the last episode, there is a "second chapter" to the series - hope someone finds it and uploads it
September 16, 2009 Subject:
I listened to them all and was left wanting more
May 16, 2009 Subject:
just for completeness..
this is a good listen, mainly for the complete set and the time period, i don't know about the red river valley swipe though, i prefer the grapes of wrath..
sav rekons 3.5 stars
April 22, 2006 Subject:
I listened to the episodes in quick succession and I really enjoyed them. Pure corn from a more innocent time. Many thanks to the people who uploaded these OTRs and thank you KIBM internet radio for the many quality links.
November 9, 2005 Subject:
Wholesome Old Time Entertainment
A small railroad line that is the lifes blood of Green Valley resists being swallowed by Big Business operation.
The unlikely hero is the idealistic son of a major shareholder who wants to sell-out.
Our hero sounds like Dudley DoRight when he speaks-- without the least trace of irony. This is a refreshing bit of nostalgia. Lots of dramatic elements done in primary emotions. Nothing subtle here. But it's a lot of innocent fun.